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Moe Sihota stands in front of the Khalsa Diwan Society Sikh Temple in Victoria, British Columbia. Sihota, the first Indo-Canadian elected to a legislature in 1986, called for an apology for the 1914 incident where almost 400 immigrants fron the Punjab were barred from entering Canada aboard the Komagata Maru ship. On Friday, the provincial government unanimously passed a motion apologizing for the event. Photo assignment for the Globe and Mail national newspaper in Canada.